Brian Kirkegaard Lunn

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Originally grounded in library and information science, the majority of information behaviour and information seeking theories focus on task-based scenarios where users try to resolve information needs. While other theories exist, such as how people unexpectedly encounter information for example, they are typically related back to tasks, motivated by work(More)
In this paper, we provide novel research on information behaviour and information needs in the context of television viewing. We conducted a diary study of a heterogeneous population (n=38), in the non-work related activity of watching television, and we received 381 responses. From the collected responses, we used a bottom-up approach to generate coding(More)
This paper presents a methodical approach for generating deep knowledge about users, as a prerequisite for design and construction of digital information access to cultural heritage information objects. We exemplify this methodical approach by reporting on an explorative study of information need characteristics in a television broadcast context. The(More)
Maria A.; Jensen, Anne Marya: Research performance management in a CRIS environment: Does research evaluation affect publishing activity?. In: Jeffery, Keith G; Dvořák, Jan (eds.): E-Infrastructures for Research and Innovation: Linking Information Systems to Improve Scientific Knowledge Production: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Current(More)
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